Graphics is another area where it's simply too difficult to generalize. As with RAM, most graphics cards can be overclocked by at least a small amount. There are several utilities available from chipmakers - such as those shown in part one of this series - card manufacturers, and even private sources to assist in this endeavor.
To figure out which cards will provide the best gains from overclocking you'll have to ask dozens of experts - and you can find them in our Forumz!
Conclusion? We're Just Getting Started!
With general concepts and basic details exposed, it's time to get really friendly with a platform. In part three of this series we'll walk through a specific overclocking attempt, and with any luck we might find some challenging hardware to further clarify the process.
Overclocking Guide Part 1: Risks, Choices and Benefits
Shootout at the Core 2 Corral: Seven P965 Motherboards Compared
Cheap Thrills: Core 2 Duo E6400 Overclocked to 3.33 GHz
BIOS for Beginners